• Top 6 Best Tech Gifts for Your Friends or Family on 2012 Christmas Holiday

    Posted on December 14th, 2012 David Brooks | 109 comments

    As everyone knows, Christmas is a time for giving, a time for reflection, and a time for buying loads and loads of gadgets – either as gifts, or for yourself. So, what is the best move to pick up the best gadgets 2012 and top Holiday gifts? Very crowded – the shops- are they? Here are some great gadgets that look great on you and greatest when you gift them.

    Whether you’re looking to treat yourself this Christmas or want some inspiration when buying for others, we’ve rounded up enough tech kit to fill a dozen stockings. There are plenty of options including smartphones and tablets. We’ve done most of the hard work for you: all you need do is choose the wrapping paper. Check the below options to know what these gifts are:

    iPad mini iPad mini: Apple’s new iPad delivers all the same features as its bigger sister, just in a smaller, more portable package. Great for frequent travelers, the iPad mini measures 7.87in (full-sized iPads measure 9.5in) and is just 0.3 kg. Its smaller frame lets the iPad mini easily slide into purses or briefcases, and users can hold the tablet with just one hand. The only drawback is that the display is a bit of downgrade compared to bigger iPads, but other specs, such as battery life and cameras, are identical. The cheapest iPad mini is $509.

    Kindle Fire HD

    Kindle Fire HD: Amazon’s 7in Kindle Fire HD touts specs that give Apple’s iPad mini a run for its money and costing nearly $US130 less. The Kindle Fire HD comes equipped with a 1280×800 HD display, dual-driver stereo speakers and dual-antenna wi-fi that, according to Amazon, lets it download content 40 percent faster than the third-generation iPad. The 7in Kindle Fire HD comes in a 16GB model for $US199 and a 32GB model for $US249 – it’s not available in Australia, but can be bought on Amazon’s US online store.

    iPhone 5

    iPhone 5: For those who didn’t join the rush to buy the iPhone 5 the minute it came out, Apple’s latest smartphone would make a great gift. Faster, thinner and lighter than previous iPhone models, the iPhone 5 created a frenzy when it was launched in September, and Apple sold more than 5 million within the first three days of availability. So what’s all the fuss about? Apart from its more powerful processor and thinner form factor, Apple’s latest smartphone also runs iOS 6, Apple’s latest mobile software, and includes the same top-notch retina display that debuted with the third-generation iPad. Now that the rush is over, you can get an iPhone 5 at Apple and resellers for $799, and telcos on a variety of plans.

    Galaxy Note II

    Samsung Galaxy Note II: Can’t decide whether to surprise your loved ones this year with a tablet or a smartphone? Give them both with the Samsung Galaxy Note II. Its half-smartphone, half-tablet design makes the Samsung Galaxy Note II stand out from the slew of other mobile devices on the market today. The gadget comes with Google’s latest mobile OS – Android 4.1 Jelly Bean – along with 4G support and a 5.5in HD display. Samsung also offers its S Pen stylus along with the Note. It is selling now for $899, and on plans from Optus, Vodafone and Virgin.

    Nexus 10

    Google Nexus 10: Apple’s iPad may rule the tablet market, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t any worthy competitors out there. Google’s Nexus 10, a 10in, Android-based tablet, is one of them – and it sells for almost $100 less than the fourth-generation iPad, letting you save a few bucks at Christmas. And don’t worry – its modest price tag doesn’t mean sub-par specs. The display on the Nexus 10 actually has more pixels than the fourth-generation iPad’s retina display, plus it runs a powerful ARM Cortex 15 dual-core processor. Google offers a 16GB model of the Nexus 10 for $469 and a 32GB version for $569. Apple’s comparable iPad starts from $539.

    Microsoft Surface

    Microsoft Surface: Microsoft Surface is the perfect gift this year for those curious to test run the software giant’s first go at a tablet. Running Windows RT, the ARM-specific flavour of Windows 8, Surface is a 10in tablet that comes with an integrated kickstand, allowing users to prop it up to watch movies or browse the web hands-free. It starts at $559 and can be bundled with Microsoft’s Touch Cover keyboard for an additional $130 to offer a more laptop-like experience. Another version of Surface, running Windows 8 Pro, is slated to launch in January.

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  • Top 10 Most Powerful and Popular Smartphones: Lumia 920 Tops of All

    Posted on November 5th, 2012 David Brooks | 11 comments

    What smartphone would be considered as the best smartphone in the highly developed smartphone market today? No doubt, the Apple iPhone 5 has got a large amount of fans around the world, HTC smartphones also occupies an important position in the smartphone market, while the Nokia Lumia smartphones tend to show the real return of the Nokia who once was the king of phones. Every people would get his own opinion according to personal requirements and preference. This would even be varied among different professional medias regarding smartphones and technologies due to the different standards of a good smartphone. The following is a Top 10 new smartphone billboard which was voted by Britain’s famous journal, The Independent. Let’s take a look to see what the best new smartphones are in their opinion.

    No. 10: Sony Xperia J

    Sony Xperia J

    SONY Xperia J has beautiful appearance with arc airframe design and only 9.2mm thick. The smartphone has a very good hand feel. For it includes various colors, together with 7 different themes of breathing lights, this smartphone is very popular among young users. Sony Xperia J is positioned for the low-end customers. Thus it doesn’t perform well in hardware configuration, loading is 4.0 inches FWGA resolution touch screen, and built-in one GHZ of Qualcomm MSM 7227 processor with 512 MB RAM capacity and 4GB ROM storage space. This smartphone supports up to 32GB memory card expansion.

    Xperia J also carries the Android 4.0.4 system and produces quite amusement functions. It includes custom equalizer, xLOUD, stereo earphone sound, with 0.3MP front camera and 5MP main camera, which support automatic focusing and touch shooting, even continuous automatic focus is available. However, the machine supports only VGA screen resolution, which is a pity.

    No. 9: Samsung Galaxy Note II

    Samsung Galaxy Note II

    As the new flagship of Samsung, Galaxy Note II wins the 9th award for its 5.5-inch Super AMOLED touchscreen. Though the screen resolution is 1280×720, it adopted new technology to bring better display effect. Meanwhile, Samsung also configures a stylus for this smartphone, which includes some new functions to attract eyes.

    Samsung Galaxy Note II adopts 1.6GHz Exynos 4412 quad-core processor with 2GB RAM. It provides three versions of ROM, respectively 16GB, 32GB and 64GB, with memory card expansion. The Android 4.1 OS ensures fluent and smooth using. The camera is up to 8MP while the batter is up to 3100mAh, which produces quite long time of use.

    No. 8: ZTE Grand X

    ZTE Grand X

    ZTE Grand X adopts the popular straight touchscreen design. Though the appearance design is very average, this smartphone is quite light and thin. Grand X comes with 4.3” qHD (540X960 pixels) touchscreen with built-in dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, 512MB RAM and 4GB ROM. The memory is expandable. It includes dual camera: 5MP main camera and 0.3MP front camera, with LED flashlight, supporting 360 degree shooting, face recognition, etc.

    Besides, ZTE Grand X features Android 4.0.4 OS, HSPA+ network connectivity, WIFI wireless networking, Bluetooth, etc.

    No. 7: Samsung Galaxy S III

    Samsung Galaxy S 3

    The preorders of Samsung Galaxy S III had broken the record of its previous model. Galaxy S 3 has very powerful functions. The 4.8inch 720P HD Super AMOLED touchscreen with up to 306ppi provides compact visual image quality.

    The dual-camera with 8MP main camera which uses BSI light sensing modules support 1080P video recording and up to 20 pieces of continuously image shooting. For better use experience, this phone also adopts 1.4GHz Exynos quad-core processor with built-in quad-core Mali-400 MP GPU. Alongside the Android 4.0 OS, this smartphone has 1GB RAM and supports memory expansion via storage card to enlarge its original 16GB/32GB/64GB internal memory.

    No. 6: HTC 8X

    HTC 8X

    HTC 8X is the first WP8 smartphone of HTC. It has a 4.3inch 720P SLCD2 touchscreen with up to 342ppi and 1.5GHz Qual-comm Snapdragon S4 dual-core processor and 1GB RAM to produce smooth operating. It also has built-in 8MP camera with BSI backside illuminated sensor, F2.0 aperture, 28mm wide angle, and a 2.1MP front camera with f2.0 aperture and 88 degree wide angle. This smartphone is available in four colors: azure blue, black, red and neon yellow.

    No. 5: Motorola RAZR i

    Motorola RAZR i

    As Motorola’s first phone to use Intel Atom x86 processor, MOTO RAZR I is claimed to be the world’s thinnest Android mobile phone. The main feature is to use Intel’s latest Atom Z2480 processor. Although it is single core design, but RAM is up to 2GHZ. In addition, the processor is carrying PowerVR SGX 540 graphics chip, which provides relatively good 3D effect.

    Motorola RAZR i also equipped with 4.3 inches qHD resolution touch screen, the Android 4.0.4 system with 1GB RAM, and 8 million pixels camera, which supports automatic focusing and zero start-up time delay, HDR wide dynamic effect, etc. In order to get a more ideal power performance, Motorola also equipped this phone with 2000mAh battery.

    Other features include HSPA + high-speed network, Wi – Fi wireless Internet, Bluetooth technology and NFC near field communication, etc.

    No. 4: HTC 8S

    HTC 8S

    The WP8 HTC 8S comes with 4.0inch WVGA touchscreen, built-in 1GHz Qual-comm Snapdragon S4 dual-core processor with 512MB RAM and 4GB ROM (expandable), 5MP camera (supporting aotu-focusing, f2.8 aperture and 720P video recording). To improve entertainment, this smartphone adopts Beats Audio and internal speaker. HTC 8S also has 1700mAh battery for long time of use. Other functions include: HSPA+ networking, Bluetooth, Wifi, etc.

    No. 3: iPhone 5

    iPhone 5

    No doubt, iPhone 5 is one of the most popular smartphones now. The 7.6mm phone comes with 4inch Retina display with up to 1136×640 pixels screen resolution. The 16:9 aspect ratio improves the screen saturation by 44% while the sub-pixel reaches up to 326ppi. It also adopts the new A6 processor, which doubles the function of A5 processor and improves system startup, picture saving, music loading, etc. The built-in 8MP camera adds new functions for video and image shooting. iPhone 5 also comes with the latest iOS 6, new map app with free built-in voice navigation and 3D building mode. Also, the social media function has been improved, like the picture sharing function.

    No. 2: Sony Xperia T

    Sony Xperia T

    Sony Xperia T comes with 4.6inch 720P touch screen with 323PPI, Mobile BRAVIA Engine graphic engine and Clear Black Panel tech. Sony also adopts 1.5GHz dual-core Qual-comm Snapdragon S4 MSM9260a processor with 1GB RAM and 16GB expandable memory storage. Meanwhile, this phone owns dual-camera: 1.3MP front camera and 13MP main camera, supporting auto-focus and 1080P video recording. Aside, the Android 4.0.4 OS, built-in Walkman player, xLOUD volume control and VPT stereo audio add fun to digital entertainment. Other features include: HSPA+ networking, NFC, and 1830mAh battery. The phone is available in four colors: black, grey, white and pink.

    No. 1: Nokia Lumia 920

    Nokia Lumia 920

    Being the first WP8 flagship smartphone of Nokia, Lumia 920 gets great improvement in hardware. The 4.5inch PureMotion HD+ IPS touchscreen not only has 1280×760 pixels (WXGA) screen resolution and 332PPI pixels density, but also has high brightness and fast refreshing features. The PureMotion technology provides excellent touch control.

    Lumia 920 also comes with 8MP camera with the second PureView camera tech, which takes advantage of advanced optical anti-shake technology. The camera adopts new sensor and f/2.0 aperture to capture more light than other smartphones to bring clearer picture.

    And in addition to launch new WP8 operating system, Nokia Lumia920 also has a 1.5 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 dual-core processor with 1GB RAM and 32GB storage space. The phone provides more software applications, as well as the new wireless charging function.  Nokia Lumia920 provides yellow, orange, black, white and ash colors for people to choose.

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  • Leawo iTransfer 1.4.0.827 Released to Help iOS 6 Users Transfer Data between iPhone 5 and Computers

    Posted on September 28th, 2012 Tony | 45 comments

    Shenzhen, China, September 28th, 2012–Leawo Software Co., Ltd., a professional multimedia software company aiming to provide state-of-art software solution for iOS devices, had official announced the availability of Leawo iTransfer 1.4.0.827. In the newly updated Leawo iTransfer, there are minor updates like small-bug fixings and there are major updates like newly added supports for iOS 6 and iPhone 5. Consequently, iOS 6 users can take full advantages of Leawo iTransfer 1.4.0.827 to transfer data between iPhone 5 and computers.

    What are the major updates in version 1.4.0.827?

    1. Added support for iOS 6 and iPhone 5 in all respects

    After the release of iOS 6, it turns out to be the newly favored operating system for Apple devices. In the foreseeable future, iOS 6 will be the major operating system of Apple devices. Therefore, to help iOS 6 users transfer data with ease, iOS 6 is included in the supporting list of Leawo iTransfer 1.4.0.827. Of course, as the latest iOS 6 device, iPhone 5 also gains access to the updated Leawo iTransfer.

    2. Added support for the iTunes 10.7, the latest version of iTunes

    As a third-party app, iTransfer only works when users have installed iTunes beforehand. As iTunes has updated to version 10.7, adding support for the latest iTunes can make sure most iOS device users have the ability to enjoy the functions provided in iTransfer 1.4.0.827. Moreover, after adding support to iTunes 10.7, the updated Leawo iTransfer is now compatible to most versions of iTunes.

    3. Added App tab to transfer, back up and install iOS apps with ease

    A new feature of the updated Leawo iTransfer lies in its capability to transfer apps with newly added App tab. By clicking App tab, all the apps in the iOS device will be listed so that users can choose those they desire to transfer. After finishing the transference of apps from computer to iOS devices, they can also find the newly added apps in App tab. Moreover, with App tab, users can back up their apps by transferring apps from their iOS devices to other devices.

    One thing to notice is that when a new app is transferred to the iOS device, it will be installed automatically. Moreover, the transference process will retain the data records of the app. For example, when a user has transfer Angry Bird Space from iPod to The new iPad, he can continue the gaming process he has stored in iPod instead of playing from the very beginning.

    4. Added USB Storage tab with which iOS devices can be used as powerful storage tools like Flash disks

    For iPhone and iPod Touch users, they fail to use the devices as storage tools because Enable Disk Mode button is not provided in iTunes. Therefore, they can only store those files compatible to iTunes. However a newly-added USB Storage tab in Leawo iTransfer 1.4.0.827 enables users to use iOS devices like iPhone 5 to store files of all kinds including those files incompatible to iTunes. To this extent, the updated Leawo iTransfer can make the iOS devices function like Flash disks.

    5. Added Recommendation tab where hot apps, music and movies are listed

    To make users take full advantages of their iOS devices, Recommendation tab is provided in the updated iTransfer. Via the Recommendation tab, users can instantly get to know the hot apps, music and movies for their iOS devices. For game lovers, Hot App option collects information about those top free applications and top paid collection for iPhone and iPad. For music fans, Hot Music option brings them to the recommendation page where top songs and top albums are provided. For movie enthusiasts, Hot Movie option leads them to a page where various top movies and top video rentals are listed.

    What are the minor updates in version 1.4.0.827?

    1. Enhanced the support for iPhone 4S and The new iPad 3 and improved the stability of the application

    2. Optimized large-scale data transference system to fix those issues appeared on transferring numerous files

    3. Reduced response time on reading and loading the device

    Links:
    Company Website: http://www.leawo.com
    Product Webpage: http://www.leawo.com/imediago/
    Product Download Link: http://www.leawo.com/downloads/itransfer.html
    Contact:
    Steven
    Leawo Software Co., Ltd.
    Chief Executive Officer
    Email: [email protected]

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  • iPhone 5 vs. Galaxy S3 vs. Lumia 920 – Which One is Your Cup of Tea

    Posted on September 18th, 2012 David Brooks | 2 comments

    Finally, the Apple iPhone 5 has been here for real with various wonderful features. Though it owns so many premium specs, the iPhone 5 is not the only worthwhile choice for people to choose from the existing highly developed smartphone market. Many other wonderful smartphones are here for choice, like the Samsung Galaxy S 3 and Nokia Windows Phone 8 Lumia 920, which fade no way to iPhone 5 in specs and even user experience. Today, I would like to make a comparison among Apple iPhone 5, Samsung Galaxy S 3 and Nokia Lumia 920, spec to spec, to let you know which one meets your requirements most and which one is your choice.

    Of course, the comparison is based on the released information of all three devices, as the iPhone 5 and Lumia 920 are still to be shipped. The comparison will focus on different aspects. Certainly, you will be given the full specs of these three smartphones at first, which is showed in the below picture:

    iPhone 5 vs. Galaxy S3 vs. Lumia 920The comparison will only display the facts and specs to you. You can decide yourself which one is better for you.

    Design and build: Apple’s aluminum-and-glass iPhone 5 retains its super-industrial aesthetic, metal buttons and all. Its new, all-metal backing could look slightly less luxe than the iPhone 4S’, but it will survive far more drops. The Nokia Lumia 920 provides various colors, yellow, red, white, black, and gray. Its polycarbonate body and rounded edges produce a punch of pop sensibility in an otherwise staid design world. It’s a good look for the phone, and a smart one that really helps Nokia stand out; however, distinctiveness and the nevertheless plastic body isn’t everyone’s cup of tea. The GS3 features appealing, but shiny, glossy plastic design. It produces quite wonderful and comfortable in-hand feel, despite its much larger size.

    Screen size and clarity: The iPhone 5′s 1,136×640 pixels on its 4-inch screen still yields 326 pixels per inch and gives the phone a 16:9 aspect ratio, while Samsung’s Galaxy S3 has the largest screen of the three, an 4.8-inch HD Super AMOLED, which yields a 1,280×720-pixel resolution and a pixel density of 306 pixels per inch. Nokia Lumia 920 has a 4.5-inch Nokia PureMotion HD+ display with WXGA resolution (1,280×768 pixels). No doubt, if you want to watch HD movies on these phones or play HD video games, you will be fully fulfilled.

    Camera: Samsung’s Galaxy S3 has a sensor that offers the same 8-megapixel resolution as the iPhone 5, plus it features tons of fancy shooting modes like panorama and multishot burst mode. The Nokia Lumia 920 is the real dark horse in the smartphone camera phone arms race. On paper, its 8.7-megapixel camera and PureView technology promise better performance than both the iPhone and Galaxy S3. It also will be able to run special apps within the camera application itself, allowing you to upgrade its functionality greatly over time — at least that’s the theory.

    iPhone 5 vs. Galaxy S 3 vs. Nokia Lumia 920LTE and network promise: A this point, LTE on the iPhone 5 was an inevitability, and a feature that’s been in the hopper for some time. Verizon has already sworn that all its new smartphones will have LTE, and AT&T and Sprint are expanding their respective networks.

    NFC: Apple’s iPhone 5 needed a few features to shore up some weak spots: a larger screen, LTE, and, to a lesser extent, NFC. It got the first two, but Apple didn’t mention anything about NFC for the iPhone 5. NFC, which makes it possible to share content across phones and pay for purchases, might not be a big deal to you, but it is an entire category of software capability that’s closed on the iPhone 5.

    Battery life: Nokia plans to equip its Lumia 920 with a 2,000 mAh battery, which should provide a good amount of run time, especially considering that Windows Phone has traditionally been a very economical operating system. Meanwhile, the Samsung Galaxy S3 comes with a slightly larger 2,100 mAh battery that lasted for well over 9 hours playing video. Apple is coy on the iPhone 5′s capacity, but promises that its will offer 10 hours of video playback and 8 hours of Web surfing over LTE.

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  • Apple iPhone 5 Got Released: 4″ Retina Display, A6 Processor, iOS 6, LTE Networking

    Posted on September 13th, 2012 David Brooks | 274 comments

    It has been more than one year since Apple released their last wonderful iPhone 4S. Today, just hours ago, Apple CEO Tim Cook officially took the wraps off the shiny new iPhone 5 to fulfill our long term anticipations. Apple described the new iPhone 5 “Thinner, Lighter and Faster” with its various specs, while Phil Schiller, senior vice president of worldwide marketing, did the majority of the iPhone 5 talking, and described the iPhone 5 as “an absolute jewel. It is the most beautiful product we have ever made, bar none.” Phil Schiller has made a quite precise description on iPhone 5. Simply from the outside appearance of iPhone 5, 123.8 x 58.6 x 7.6mm phone body entirely made from glass and aluminium weighing only 112g. No doubt, just like its predecessors, the iPhone 5 also produces excellent hand feel.

    The iPhone 5 doesn’t disappoint users who need a HD screen display with its 4 inches Retina Display whose resolution reaches up to 1136×640 pixels and yields a PPI of 326 for better image and video experience. If you want to watch HD movies on iPhone 5, you will certainly get satisfied. Considering for the smoothness of phone operation? That is even not a problem as iPhone 5 comes with its A6 processor with 1GB RAM, which provides up to twice the CPU and graphics performance as that of iPhone 4S.

    Apple iPhone 5

    Not letting us down, the iPhone 5 features Apple’s latest iOS 6 smartphone operating system, which means users could own over 200 new user features including: an all new Maps app with Apple-designed cartography, turn-by-turn navigation and an amazing new Flyover™ view; Facebook integration for Contacts and Calendar, with the ability to post directly from Notification Center, etc. Plus the existing 700,000 apps currently on the App Store, people would have a wider choice. iOS 6 will drop a couple of days before the iPhone 5, on September 19. It’s compatible with the iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPad 2, new iPad, and fourth gen iPod touch.

    As for the iPhone 5’s camera, the phone has an 8-megapixel sensor, 5-element lens and f/2.4 aperture, complete with “Dynamic low light mode”, “precision lens alignment”, and “Sapphire crystal”. Image capture is 40% faster. Users could capture up to 1080P HD video with iPhone 5. The camera also provides video stabilization, face detection, and the ability to take pictures while filming. The front-facing shooter is 720p, and Facetime is finally – in some capacity – going cellular (previously Wi-Fi only). The iPhone 5’s Panorama mode looks suitably slick. Holding the iPhone 5 in portrait, you simply swing the camera around horizontally and it captures the view. Automatic smoothing promises to iron out the bumps. The iPhone 5 provides a new feature called Shared Photo Streams that seemingly allows you to set up groups, so you can share photos with your family or biker gang or whatever.

    iPhone 5

    Before the official release, many people were discussing that the new iPhone might not get LTE support due to patent consideration. However, Apple just made it. The iPhone 5 boasts “ultrafast wireless”, and 100Mbps LTE (Long Term Evolution) on various LTE carriers of iPhone 5 around the world. No mention of NFC (Near Field Communication), however. Besides LTE networking, the iPhone 5 also supports connectivity including WCDMA, EVDO, dual-band 802.11n WiFi and Bluetooth. Nano-SIM card supported sports even more convenience.

    As for calls, the iPhone 5 has three microphones: front, bottom and back. There’s also a noise-cancelling earpiece, and something called “wideband audio” for more natural sounding calls. It won’t be compatible with all networks, but Orange was mentioned as a wideband adopter.

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  • Get Ready for the iPhone 5 on Apple’s Special September 12th Event

    Posted on August 29th, 2012 David Brooks | 1 comment

    There were reports that the iPhone 5 might get released on a special September 12th event. And now, it has been confirmed and here I’m really happy to tell you all that the next generation of Apple iPhone has been scheduled for release on Wednesday, September 12th, with a shipment available nine days after that, September 21st, Friday. The new iPhone is said to be released in the event in San Francisco along with the new 7 inch iPad mini, the updated version of the current iPad 3, iPod Touch and iPod Nano. As only less than two weeks from the official introduction of this new gadget, people are becoming even more curious on the specs and features of iPhone 5, which is the name of the next generation iPhone most people prefer, just like the latest hot reports on the pin dock connector and NFC support. Today, let’s just make a preview of iPhone 5 to see what exactly it will be.

    iPhone 5 on Sep. 12th Event

    Firstly, let’s start with the pin dock connector of iPhone 5. There are hot sayings that the new iPhone will include a 9 Pin Dock Connector in place of the previous 30 Pin Dock Connector. From the latest news of 9to5 Mac, Apple will be replacing its current 30-pin connector with a new 9-pin dock connector in the next generation of iPhones, as well as all of its iOS devices in September. A smaller connector would make it impossible to use existing speakers, docks, and chargers without the use of an adapter converting it back to the traditional 30-pin, something that Apple will likely make available.

    Secondly, let’s take a look on the screen and phone body. The iPhone 5 is believed to feature larger screen and thinner phone built. According to the sources, the new iPhone’s taller display screen is designed to accommodate additional five rows of apps. The screen is as large as 4.0 inches, much larger than the 3.6 inches screen display on iPhone 4S, with aspect ratio at 19:9, making it even more wonderful to watch HD videos on iPhone 5. The Phone is also 10% thinner than the iPhone 4S.

    Next, let’s see the network connectivity and processor performance. The iPhone 5 is surely to run on the 4G LTE network connectivity, which is now applicable to most advanced smartphones. For the processor, the iPhone 5 is reported to run on the A6 processor, which is even faster than the A5X processor on iPhone 4S. No doubt, iOS 6 will be adopted in iPhone 5 when it comes out.

    Another anticipating feature of iPhone 5 is NFC. There are reports which say iPhone 5 comes with no NFC support while the majority of reports support NFC capability on iPhone 5. From the reports and information leaked, the latter is more reliable.

    Aside from these, the new iPhone is also reported to have Passbook as its first step into the mobile-payments space. The company has already acknowledged that it will be replacing Google Maps in iOS 6 with its own mapping application with 3D capabilities.

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  • iPhone 5 US pre-order on September 12 while international rollout in October

    Posted on August 13th, 2012 David Brooks | 87 comments

    According to the reliable sources from iMore, who have provided accurate Apple data in the past and reported that Apple would hold a special September 12th Apple event for its next-gen iPhone, iPhone 5 or whatever Apple may decide to call it, the U.S. pre-order of iPhone 5 would be available that same day, while the international pre-order of iPhone 5 might begin in the first week of October, most probably October 5. iMore cited that the information on Apple pre-orders comes from sources that have provided iMore with accurate iPhone related launch dates in the past. The information on the international launches comes from sources that have provided iMore’s network, Mobile Nations, with accurate information in the past.

    iPhone 5iMore also cited that the official release of Apple iPhone 5 would be set on September 21st, while the shipment of iPhone 5 is available within a week after pre-order. But the fact is that in years past, many customers who preorder their iPhones have received them a day or two earlier than the scheduled release date. So, it’s possible for you to get an earlier iPhone 5 arrival if you’ve pre-ordered it. While iPhone events and pre-orders haven’t always occurred at the same time, last year Apple introduced the iPhone 4S on October 4, 2011, and made pre-orders available the following Friday on October 7. This year, it sounds like they’re being even more aggressive.

    Although these sources are still our guesses, from the performance of Apple and its retailers – from Best Buy to Target, as well as carrier Sprint, we can get to know the release date of iPhone 5 is much approaching. These retailers and carriers have dropped the price of the iPhone 4S recently, which strongly proves that the new iPhone is on the corner right waiting for the marketing wave. Also, Apple is matching these lower prices when you ask, while BGR said AT&T will offer the new iPhone in the last two weeks of September.

    Thus, after such a long period of waiting, we finally have less than one month to see what the iPhone 5 would be. How do you think of this new iPhone?

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  • Top 5 Most Reliable Unconfirmed features of iPhone 5

    Posted on August 9th, 2012 David Brooks | 204 comments

    We have all known that the next generation of Apple’s mobile operating system, the iOS 6, would be coming to people this fall, though not specified the detailed release date. But on the release of Apple’s next iPhone, Apple keeps it unveiled. All technology media and websites are becoming truly crazy in speculating when iPhone 5 would be released and what new and attractive features iPhone 5 might get for people. As for the iPhone 5 release date, some previous rumors said it would be August, which now seems to be impossible. The widespread saying about the release date might be September or October. It is very clear that the iPhone 5 would surely own the features what iPhone 4S would get. Of course, as an upgraded version, the iPhone 5 is sure to come with more wonderful configurations, like quad-core processor and iOS 6 operating system. The next-generation iPhone will no doubt bring some radical changes for users, and it will also mark a very public break-up between Apple and Google. Much-loved Google products on iOS will now disappear or be replaced with Apple variants, while hardware design changes will bring long-term improvements, but short-term headaches for some users.

    iPhone 5Many features regarding iPhone 5 have been confirmed, like iOS 6 and quad-core processor. The following features are some most reliable unconfirmed features that iPhone 5 might get. You can get more information about iPhone 5 by reading the below content.

    NFC
    Apple has been granted a patent for an iWallet application that uses Near Field Communication (NFC) to allow iPhone owners to quickly find bargains. The US Patent and Trademark Office published the patent on Wednesday, revealing that Apple has come up with an “on-the-go shopping list” application that will allow shoppers to identify a product and get pricing information from different retailers in the detected geographical location, to help users find the cheapest deal.

    19-pin Dock Connector
    Another unconfirmed story, from Reuters, recently claimed that the next iPhone will use a smaller 19-pin dock connector as opposed to the 30-pin connector in all current iOS devices, while the iOS 6 is said to come with a 9-pin dock connector. The smaller connector will make room for a headphone jack on the bottom of the iPhone, Reuters’ two “sources familiar with the matter” said. The report follows a similar story that came out earlier this year from iMore, which said Apple was working on a “micro dock” for future devices.

    Improved Security
    Still not confirmed, but Apple just announced it will buy AuthenTec, a mobile and network security provider that specializes in security techniques that could help make the iPhone more secure, such as content security and fingerprint recognition — a feature the security company sells to several computer makers and recently agreed to provide to Apple’s bitter smartphone rival, Samsung.

    Larger, Thinner Display
    Rumors surfaced in May that Apple plans to launch a phone with a 4-inch screen with  640×1,136-pixel resolution, which would surely excite people with its wonderful performance of screen display effect. Users could watch video on iPhone 5 with better video effect. Also, Images of an alleged iPhone 5 front panel recently from the photo-sharing website Photobucket show panels with a longer frame where the screen would be, suggesting the next iPhone’s display will be larger than it is now. The image shows the frame’s front-facing camera in the center of the device, just above the earpiece.

    Support for 4G LTE
    The new iPad has 4G LTE version for users to purchase. Also, various Apple’s iPhone competitors are adding 4G network connectivity to their smartphones. Meanwhile, though iPhone 4S has a very good selling by far, users are disappointed by the absence of 4G network connectivity. Most analysts believe that the new iPhone will house a Qualcomm chip that lets the phone connect with several flavors of 3G GSM and 4G LTE service.

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